(Tegucigalpa, Honduras). Photographer, film and television producer and three-time National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Emmy Award winner (2016, 2017 and 2019). Highlights of his cinematographic career include his short films "Vuelve con nosotros" (2016), nominated and selected in several international film festivals, and "Chocolate" (2017). He produced and directed the documentary "Brigade" (2016), which portrays the work of a group of doctors in a medical brigade fighting to fill gaps in the health system in Roatán, Honduras. "La Condesa" is his debut feature film.
As a photographer, Mario Ramos is the recipient of the José Martí Award, given by the National Association of Hispanic Publishers in the U.S. He was also a bronze medal winner for photo-journalism/human interest by the American Society of Photography. His work has illustrated the covers of multiple books and has been featured in U.S. institutions including The Washington Post/El Tiempo Latino, CBS Radio, American University and Univisión.
Mario Ramos has worked as Director of Production for Univisión Washington, and as contributing columnist for the opinion magazine (Casi) Literal. His articles and stories have been published in digital magazines and online media such as Ágrafos and El Pulso and as a book, "Una antología casi literal (2016-2019)", his second book after "Framing Time", a book of photography in 2012.
Currently his is the director and founder of Cabezahueca Films and cofounder of Casasola Editores and Ágrafos, a literature, arts and politics magazine. He is also an Honorary Ambassador of Plan International Honduras.